Stacey Allaster, chairman and CEO of the WTA, welcomed all-time great Chris Evert to the Alumnae & Friends reunion on Key Biscayne.
Reunion hosts Leslie and John Korff greeted the WTA's Peachy Kellmeyer.
Party guests included Katrina Adams, Mary Joe Fernandez and Jon Vergosen, president of the USTA.
Janet Haas, Chris Evert, Jeanne Evert Dubin and Laurie Fleming Rowley.
Former WTA chief Merritt Stierheim was flanked by Wendy Turnbull and Peachy Kellmeyer.
Chris Evert and Mima Jausovec, who won the French Open in 1977 and lost to Evert in the final in 1983.
Ana Leaird was also among the many friends Chris Evert caught up with.
Fabulous at 40, former world No.3 Gabriela Sabatini mingled with guests.
Reunion guests included Jeanne Ford, Melinda Phillips, Raquel Giscafre, Rosie Casals, German standout Bettina Bunge and Victoria Wright.
Australian legend Fred Stolle and Mary Joe Fernandez chatted with the WTA's Kathleen Stroia.
Next-gen alumnae in attendance included Samantha Reeves, Alina Jidkova, Iroda Tulyaganova and Sarah Borwell.
Guests made the most of the beautiful poolside surrounds to listen to the speeches.
John Korff, who was tournament director of an event in Mahwah, NJ, presented 'Queen of Tennis' Chris Evert with a cake and scepter.
Chris Evert gave a speech both heartfelt and humorous; Rosie Casals approved.
WTA board member Lisa Grattan and Miami tournament founder Butch Buchholz applauded Peachy Kellmeyer's impending induction to the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Miami 2011: The assembled Alumnae & Friends lined up for the official group portrait.
Merritt Stierheim, Chris Evert, renowned tennis writer and broadcaster Bud Collins and Gabriela Sabatini smile for the cameras.
Argentine aces Raquel Giscafre - now tournament director of the Mercury Insurance Open in Carlsbad, and Gaby Sabatini.
John Korff, Sara Fornaciari and former British No.1 John Lloyd reconnected.
As the evening wound down, Peachy Kellmeyer, Wendy Turnbull, Rosie Casals and Karen Scott Happer said their farewells - till next time!